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  1. hi, is anyone travelling from Surrey, East Sussex , Kent area to Yorkshire? I have an amp to deliver to Leeds area but myself and buyer could travel a bit at each end to possible? thanks in anticipation Graham
  2. amazing bargain, if you want a Linn, but cant afford it, buy this for a good taste of what an older lp12 will deliver for a fraction of the cost.
  3. hi Nigel, Richard, I will be in market Weighton not far from york in july, so could bring it Down south if you were happy to.wait? Graham
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    £100 phono stage upgrade

    the creek obh-8 Mk 2 is excellent. It has a solid generous sound with good rhythm that majors on getting the basics right, in short perfect for budget to mid range carts but will happily support better carts. I bought one for my daughter but tried it in my main system on 401/ audio note arm 3/ AT150 sa and it was really enjoyable. I managed to pick one up at Bristol show at under your budget so a real steal 😊
  5. wow Phil, they look amazing. These are the real deal. Love the blue panel! Pete did you own these before?
  6. Bump - still available
  7. I have too many amps so this is for sale. A300R Precision - £270 Including Pioneer PDS 703 of the same vintage (no remote) - £300
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    Quad QC Twenty Four P Phono Stage

    still available
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    Cartridge advice

    Without knowing the sonic balance of the deck / arm it is had to reccomemd a particular cart, but the two mentioned above are both worthy. For a more lively presentation, the VM95E will be a good choice. If the deck / arm has a more upfront presentation, then the Goldring E3 should be ideal and is a bargain at 69 £ from Richer atm. I heard this recently on an lp12 into some decent budget phono stages and it is more refined as well as being evenly balanced top to bottom, if I had been.told it was a 200 £ cart I wouldn't have thought twice
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    Little Turntable Stand

    for some isolation, you could try putting sorbothane hemispheres under the feet if they have an indent. They come un many sizes for not much money.
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    QUAD 405 MK II

    No probs, if i didn't already have two just like this one, i would be after it ☺ i agree that not many good serviced and unmolested late 405-2 going atm. Prices for earlier ones have been on rise so this will be snapped up on ebay
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    QUAD 405 MK II

    prices have been rising on these, so this is a good price for an excellent example of this great amp in fine fettle. Being the last version, the RCA connections and better speaker sockets make integration with non Quad systems a doddle. This will have the last and best sounding issue of the 405-2 boards. I use one of these regularly and its a lovely sounding amp. If you want to try a vintage Quad, this is a great place to start.
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    Introducing my sub £1k system - why buy new?

    excellent work Danny 👍 that looks a well balanced system 😊
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    Technics SL-150 refurb

    Just fitted my favourite MM cart, the AT 150Sa to the Techy. After getting excellent results with the 440MLa on a SL-Q202 I thought this would work well and sure enough it doesn't disappoint. To my ears, it makes a more comfortable combination than the OC-9 which was thrilling but sometimes a bit too much so! It also looks brilliant in the MS-9 headshell which was made to match.